The company says it uses chloroplasts found in dark greens to provide a source of molecular chaperones and antioxidants, designed to provide a host of healthy aging benefits such as optimizing the body’s processes through natural energy and repair mechanisms.
“The isolated chloroplasts from dark leafy greens, such as spinach, contain organelles that convert light to energy, working at a cellular level to assist in healthy aging,” said Dr. John Deaton, vice president of science and technology at Deerland. “Each of these components plays a role in healthy aging by repairing the damage done to our bodies through our everyday modern lives.”
According to the company, the ingredient is marketed towards finished product makers in the healthy aging, beauty-from-within, and general digestive health categories.
It can be delivered through traditional supplement capsules, powder blends such as protein or smoothie mixes, as well as finished food and beverage products.
The company will be exhibiting the ingredient at next week’s Engredea and Expo West expo at booth #3617, alongside the company’s eight other branded products.